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Comments about Bosch Electrical Fuel Pump Kit:
Only issue was came with bolt on connectors. The factory has blade/receptacle style so had to remove from old pump and slightly modify to mate with factory wiring harness.
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Q:What is the GPH on this pump?
Q:Which end of this pump is the outlet end there are no arrows to show which way fuel flows ?
A:In the Bosch Electrical Fuel Pump Kit (Part No. 69100) the side with terminals is the inlet and the opposite side is the outlet. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:what is the copper washer in the kit?
A:Yes, the Bosch fuel pump kit comes with a Copper sealing washer. This Copper washer is normally soft and seals well in high pressure systems such as fuel pumps.
Q:1987 Bronco II 2.9L Is this the rail mounted pump? I found the in-tank and I believe this is the rail, but want to make sure.
A:Yes, this part Bosch Electrical Fuel Pump Kit,part number 69100 manufactured by Bosch fits your 1987 Ford Bronco II 2.9L.This part is Inline fuel pump.
Q:Bosch Part No. 69100 what are the PSI spec. for this pump.
A:The Maximum Pressure Range (psi): 95 and the Minimum Pressure Range (psi): 70 .
Q:is this the frame mounted fuel pump? i have 2 tanks and i understand that there is a low pressure pump in each tank and a higher pressure pump on the frame rail. what are the numbers of the tank pumps for steel tanks? thanks
A:For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.
Q:how does this pump work and does it get feed pressure from the one in the tank?
A:A fuel pump is responsible for pumping (pressurizing) fuel from a vehicle's gas tank and sending it to the engine. When the fuel pump lobe on a vehicle's rotating camshaft contacts the fuel pump push rod, the push rod is pushed up, which causes the fuel pump lever arm to drop down inside the fuel pump housing. This causes an area of low pressure, or vacuum, which draws fuel from the gas tank into the fuel pump. When the camshaft lobe rotates away from the fuel pump push rod, the reverse happens: pressure is generated inside the fuel pump, which pressurizes the gas and speeds it towards the engine.
A:Customer Care's answer here is a bogus one. They explain how a mechanical engine-mounted fuel pump works. Obviously you were asking about the inline frame-mounted electric pump, which takes fuel fed to it by the lower pressure in-tank electric pump and pressurizes the fuel to a higher p.s.i. and sends it forward to the fuel rail on the intake manifold and on to the injectors. So yes, it gets its feed pressure from the one in the tank.
Q:Will this pump supply enough pressure for a 1990 Ford 7.5 liter fuel injected engine. What is the pressure. Thanks .Bill
A:Yes, this pump will supply enough pressure for your vehicle and the pressure will be 30 – 65 psi.